Germany

USA > CANADA > UK > GERMANY > FRANCE > NEW ZEALAND > AUSTRALIA > SINGAPORE > IRELAND > DUBAI > EUROPE

Duration of the colurse

PG 2 years
UG 4 years
PhD 3 to 4 years

Why Study in Germany

• Free education or extremely low cost of education
• Scholarship Programmes
• Quality Education
• Top class Degree recognized around the world
• English taught programmes
• Diverse range of study opportunities
• Affordable cost of living/ Concession for students by presenting ID
• Paid Internships
• Better Job Prospects
• Part time work/ Student Job

Types of instituions

Universities in Germany are categorized into three groups
• University/Universitat
• Universities of Applied Sciences/ Fachhochschule.
• College of Art, Film and Music.

Types of degrees

Degree Programs in Germany
Bachelor's degree - B.A., B.Sc., Bachelor of Engineering, etc
Master's degree - M.A., M.Sc., Master of Engineering, etc
Doctoral degree - PhD programme with completion of a research paper
Kind of examinations
There are several types of examinations, for example:
Written examinations
Short presentations on a particular subject
Seminar papers on a particular subject
Oral examinations

Standardized Tests

IELTS or Toefl
Some universities need GRE
German lanuage A1 cerificate

Entry requirements

• MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION :
English Taught as well as German Taught
• ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT :
IELTS 6.5 or Minimum TOEFL score – 79 / 80
• ACADEMIC REQUIREMENT :
Merit is the criteria to secure admission so 70% or above is required for Government Universities
• GRE is needed for Good and high ranked Universities – 300+ is considered as a good score.
* German lanusge A certificate required

Intake and dead lines

TWO INTAKES:
• Summer ‐March / April
• Winter – September / October
DEADLINES FOR APPLICATIONS: • Summer ‐starts from 11th October to 11th January
• Winter – starts from 15th February to 15th June

Grading system

Degree Programs in Germany
Bachelor's degree - B.A., B.Sc., Bachelor of Engineering, etc
Master's degree - M.A., M.Sc., Master of Engineering, etc
Doctoral degree - PhD programme with completion of a research paper
Kind of examinations
There are several types of examinations, for example:
Written examinations
Short presentations on a particular subject
Seminar papers on a particular subject
Oral examinations
Graduate studies In most cases you need to pay for Master's programmes. The fees vary between 650 Euros and several thousand Euros per Semester. Regardless of these tuition fees, each students has to pay a certain amount of money as a semester contribution to the university.
Please do not mix up tuition fees with semester contributions. The semester contributions have nothing to do with the tuition fees and vice versa. The specific amount of money depends on each university. This money covers parts of the administration costs of your university as well as social contributions to the ASTA and the Studentenwerk. In addition, many universities finance your semester ticket with this money. It allows you to use public transport facilities throughout the semester.

Total Cost

Based on official figures from DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), the average cost of studying in Germany is approximately 9,000-10,000 Euros including
• Tuition Cost
• Living Expenses
• Although student can study in Germany for free at public institutions as an undergraduate or Post Graduate candidate, there is a charge per semester for enrolment, confirmation and administration
• Universities usually charge a nominal fee between €150 and €250.
• Most universities in Germany are public.
• Private institutions are usually primarily dependent on tuition fees for their funding and can charge up to €20,000 per year.

Work right

DURING STUDIES
• Allowed to work 90 days full time
• 180 days half time during the study period.

Post study benefits

POST STUDIES
• International Students are allowed to extend their residence permit for up to 18 months after completing their studies for the purpose of looking for employment.
• Incidentally, during this period student can work as much as he wants.
• The 18 months start as soon as the final exam result has been issued in writing.
• So, anyone wanting to work in Germany after completing their studies should already start looking for a job in their final semester

Application procedure and dcoumentation

• Photograph (05 No’s – Please write name on the back of the Photo
• Passport copy
• Marks Sheet of 10th 12th and Degree duly signed & attested by Public Notary
• Degree Certificate duly signed & attested by Principal of the college or by Public Notary
• Recommendation letter from HOD & Project Guide in sealed & attested covers
• Statement of Purpose (Country & University Specific)
• TOEFL/ IELTS score and GRE score card where it is mandatory
• GRE (Not Mandatory). Most of the Automobile Programs require GRE.
• Project Synopsis.
• Resume and Work Experience Certificates (If any).

Visa requirements Guidence

Documents Required for Visa
Passport with at least 12 months validity
3 Passport Pictures
Demand Draft for Visa Fee
Two sets of application documents
Application Form
Declaration on True and Complete Information, signed and dated
Cover Letter
Letter of Admission from a German University
University Certificates
English language Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS) score
Proof of Financial Means, one of the following documents
Confirmation of Scholarship
Formal sponsorship letter from sponsor living in Germany
Confirmation of a German blocked account
A4 sized copy of your passport
If applicable:Proof of previously acquired German knowledge
Post Study Visa International Students will get 18 months of stay back period after the successful completion of studies



View the Previous Student's Testimonial

Login

Please login using your credentials recived by email when you register.

I forgot my password | Resend activation e-mail

×